Chargers better when Rivers isn't the hero - Kevin Acee (UT$)
"It makes it a lot easier when you can sit there and grind," center Matt Slauson said. "Football is a very intense sport. There’s a lot of chess that goes into it. But when you break it down, football is just football."
Meet the Chargers: Brandon Mebane - Chargers.com (video)
In this Meet the Chargers, nose tackle Brandon Mebane shares his biggest fear and what he did as a child that got him in some big trouble at school.
What the Colts are Saying about the Bolts... - Ricky Henne & Hayley Elwood
"Dwight did a great job for us. Watching him on tape for the course of the first two games, he’s playing really well back there. He’s an athletic guy who can play down in the box. He’s deep. He has great range and good ball skills. He’s got cover ability. I see they’re playing him in some dime packages in third down…he’s a smart, smart guy who knows football. He’s a tireless worker who prepares himself extremely well. He did that here and you can tell he’s continued that." – Head Coach Chuck Pagano
Depleted Colts have nothing on the Chargers when it comes to injuries - Mike Wells
"We have a huge challenge as we know [against] a really good San Diego team coming in here," Pagano said. "Offensively, for our defense we know it's going to be a huge challenge, [they are] putting a ton of points on the board. Philip Rivers shows no signs of slowing down, they are running the ball extremely well and he is spreading the ball around."
Pagano brothers say it's about Chargers vs. Colts - Eric Williams
"It’s Chargers vs. Colts," John Pagano said. "That’s all it’s about. It’s a great opportunity for both of us to be in this profession, and be in it together. But it’s about Chargers-Colts -- that’s about it. Neither one of us is lining up against each other."